SURVEY: ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN THE UNITED STATES COURT OF FEDERAL CLAIMS
The purpose of this survey is to solicit feedback from members of the court's bar and other attorneys regarding the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). This survey will be open until FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 2014.
The United States Court of Federal Claims is committed to the fair and expeditious resolution of all cases. Among the tools available in modern day litigation are a variety of ADR practices. The court wishes to improve the use of this important resource to the benefit of its constituency. With that goal in mind, the court requests that you participate in a brief survey regarding your thoughts on ADR.
The results of this survey will be confidential: the responses will be tabulated by a staff attorney at the court who will present the aggregate results to the court's judicial officers. Your individual responses will be anonymous unless you elect to provide your contact information at the close of the survey.
You are not required to answer every question. Your progress through the survey will be reflected by a bar displayed at the bottom of each page tracking the percentage you have completed. In the event you need to go back to a previous page in the survey, please click the "Previous" button at the bottom of each survey page, not your browser's "Back" button.
Thank you for taking the time to assist the court with this survey effort. To access the survey, please click HERE and use password CFCADR.